In this Issue
Journal of Policy History offers a new approach to policy analysis that is both historical and innovative. The Journal encourages interdisciplinary research into the origins and development of public policy in the United States and in other countries as well. Appearing quarterly, the Journal of Policy History publishes articles and review essays by historians, political scientists, sociologists, economists, and legal scholars.
published byCambridge University Press
viewing issueVolume 22, Number 1, 2010
Table of Contents
- Morton Keller
- pp. 95-109
- Reply to Richard Valelly
- pp. 118-122
- p. 123
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